The spread offense is the new "cool" offense around college football. In today's linkage there are a few posts that talk about the beginning of the spread offense and what quarterbacks are the most dangerous at running it.
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Last week on the podcast we were joined by Peter Bean of Burnt Orange Nation. Peter gave a great overview of the Big 12 South race which could end up looking a lot like last year with Oklahoma State playing the role of spoiler to either Texas or Oklahoma. This week on the podcast David Jones of the Harrisburg Patriot-News will join us and talk about the Big Ten.
Even though he is on vacation this week, Adam has not stopped his countdown of the Top 50 Non-BCS Players. His latest two have been wide receivers with Naaman Roosevelt of Buffalo coming in at number 23, and DeAndre Brown at number 22. Brown is an explosive receiver out of Southern Mississippi which, if healthy, can cause havok in Conference USA.
If you have been following ITB throughout the years, the name Ron Juckett will be a little familar to you. Ron has come back to help write on the ITB site and in his first article he gives reasons why it is Florida and then everyone else when talking about the race for the BCS Championship.
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Since Adam is away, we will plan to have Jeremy from the Mountain West Connection on the podcast next week. However, while you are waiting for him to come on, check out the MWC where he lists the conference games this year that will be broadcasted in high definition.
The once proud Washington Cougars have fallen to hard times, it it will not get much better this year. At the WSU Football Blog they breakdown their offensive line player by player.
The SEC gets a lot of hype each year and one team that is getting plenty are the Rebels of Ole Miss. The SEC Sports Hub previews the Rebels who many think are a darkhorse team to get a BCS Bid.
Bucky's 5th Quarter talks about how a deal has not been reached for the Badgers to play San Jose State in 2010, even though the Spartans says so.
We all know that Army will play Notre Dame in the "new" Yankee Stadium in 2010, however Sean Keeley of Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician mentions that Syracuse could be in line for a 2012 game in the Bronx.
The Florida Gators won their second title in three years using the Spread Offense. Mark Schlabach of ESPN.com chronicles how the spread offense has actually been around for years. Speaking of spread offenses, former ITB podcast guest Bruce Feldman lists the Top 10 most dangerous quarterbacks that run the spread offense.
A fellow Bloguin blogger Duane Long takes a look at the recruiting of defensive tackles for The Ohio State University in his blog The Duane Long Report.
The Quad continues their countdown with the Colorado Buffaloes at number 43.
Last Tuesday that NCAA10 came out for XBOX360 and PS3, but we all know the rosters come without the players' names. Mizzourah tells us where to download the rosters with the players names attached.
Finally, EDSBS is doing their countdown to the start of the season, right now we are at 45 days till kickoff.